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Caring is everything and our staff has big hearts when it comes to children with speech impediments. We challenge you to mentor and give back to the agencies that dedicate themselves to being committed to making the difference.

 According to the National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disorders  (NIDC) more than three million Americans (about one percent) stutter. Stuttering can affect individuals of all ages, but occurs most frequently in young children between the ages of 2 and 6. Boys are two to three times more likely than girls to stutter. Although most children who stutter outgrow the condition while young, as many as one in four will continue to stutter for the rest of their lives, a condition known as persistent developmental stuttering. 


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